How to Resolve Acer PXE-E61 Error In Aspire 1 Version?

Laptops can face issues with passing time due to regular wear and tear. The PXE-E61 error shows up at the time of starting up the device. It indicates that the media test has failed to perform its function. There can be several other reasons which can be responsible for generating this error such as faulty PXE-MOF cable, or the system is not able to find the boot disk, etc. Users are not aware of the technical jargons which force them to opt for a technician. But this issue can be fixed by just following some simple steps.

When this error arises, it causes an unexpected shutdown of the system with Solid State Drive (SSD). Here your system will ask you to restart the device. This problem can also take place due to the corrupt table of contents from the SSD. Following, we have described a whole process which can help you in getting your device back to standard functionalities.

Fix Acer PXE-E61 Error In Aspire 1 Version

  • Step 1: At the appearance of first logo screen, restart your system.
  • Step 2: Press the “F2” key or “DEL” key (for desktop) which will lead you to BIOS mode.
  • Step 3: Here you have to leave the system in running mode for 15 minutes.
  • Step 4: When the time period of 15 minutes finishes, Select the option of “Exit Saving Changes” icon.
  • Step 5: After exiting the window, press the “Enter” key. Make sure that you do not use the power button to exit from the CMOS battery.
  • Step 6: Now, press the “Enter” key to save all the changes made by you and then, exit the section.

It is essential for you to follow all the steps in the same order as depicted above. Only correct application of this process will provide you the desired result. If this method fails to deliver you a solution, then you can contact a technician for technical assistance.

Feel free to contact Acer Support New Zealand on toll free number if your smartphones, tablets, laptops or projector is facing any major or minor problem.